Somehow the homeless camp at the Coronado Dog Park (3rd and I-40 NW in Albuquerque) hasn't been deemed any sort of violation of the "public health order," despite the fact that most of them don't seem to be wearing any sort of mask. Nor are "social distancing" or the ban on more than five people congregating together enforced, by APD, BCSO, NMSP, or anyone else. Speaking of the homeless, why are there any of them left? Why hasn't the Beer Bug wiped them all out? They don't practice good sanitation, they drink, they use drugs, they don't use masks, they don't "social distance," etc. https://kob.com/albuquerque-news/gov-lujan-grisham-to-hold-covid-19-press-conference-thursday/5811665/

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